Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering with a
Green Energy Certificate

Objectives

  • to produce engineers with more specialized technical training and a specific focus in green energy
  • to offer a course-work professional development graduate program for practicing engineers to be formally trained in the area of green energy
  • to provide new immigrant, foreign-trained engineers a degree program that facilitates quicker entry to the Canadian workforce in the important technical area of significant national interest
  • to provide newly graduated engineers an opportunity to pursue graduate education in the area of green energy

    Contact information

  • Ms. Lisa Baxter, MEng Program Coordinator.
    Tel: (519) 888-4567, ext. 32019; Fax: (519) 885-5862 E-mail: meng@uwaterloo.ca
  • Dr. Chao Tan, Associate Professor.
    Tel: (519) 888-4567, ext. 38718; Fax: (519) 885-5862 E-mail: tanz@uwaterloo.ca

    For more information about the MEng program in MME, go to: MEng Certificate

  • Degree Requirement

    One communications course and 8 one-term graduate level courses including 1 mandatory course, 3 specific courses, and 4 general courses from Faculty of Engineering graduate courses.

    The mandatory course is

  • ME 760, Special topics in Thermal Engineering: Energy and the Environment

    Three specific courses are from the following

  • ME 738, Hydrogen Storage Materials
  • ME 751, Fuel Cell Technology
  • ME 753, Solar Energy
  • ME 760, Special Topics in Thermal Engineering: Low Energy Building Systems
  • ME 770, Special Topics in Thermal Engineering: Wind Energy
  • Another course, Biofuel and Bioeneygy, will be offered in Fall 2011.

    Course Schedule*

  • Fall term: ME 760, ME 770
  • Winter term: ME 751, ME 753
  • Spring term: ME 738
    * may change without notice, please consult the course offering each term.
  • Links

    Current Research Activities in Green Energy Systems